Friday Link Dump!

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Jamie Oliver has been getting a lot of blog love lately for his food packaging design. I can’t disagree, I love the way it looks. Note to self: must stay out of Williams-Sonoma.

Loving the Carley textured plates and Zest plates. Who wants boring white dinnerware? via hostess with the mostess.

Some good looking free printable calendars from Lisa Rupp. Sign up for the email list and she’ll let you know when each new month is up!

Lucky Magazine is having a giveaway every day for a month! Go here to enter each day. I set up a reminder in my Google calendar to text me so I’ll remember to enter.

Totally drooling over these chickpea blondies. via Have Cake, Will Travel.

Don’t buy canned or jarred pizza sauce, for the love of Pete! It’s so easy to make on your own. This zesty pizza sauce recipe sounds like a goodie.

Some sewing projects that look fun to try: a crochet project roll tutorial, a zippered bird pouch pattern that uses recycled sweaters, a felt door organizer to get you going in the morning, some adorable crooked coasters and…

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A fanny pack. Oh excuse me, hipslinger pouch. This one’s for you, Mary.

Crafting a Green World has two posts on craft show displays, it’s almost that season! Tips for indoor and outdoor setups. Speaking of green, here are 10 ways to recycle pantyhose.

marimekko Awesome new Marimekko stuff from Sanna Annukka. via shelterrific

Everywhere on the web it’s smoothies, smoothies, smoothies! This is usually my default breakfast, but I cannot wait to get my Blendtec. I know Amanda is enjoying hers. If you haven’t ever been to the Blendtec site, go check it out and find out what will blend. I think my favorite video is the iPhone. Haha.

Poppytalk has some great free downloadable labels.

This very interesting collection of seed names had me rollin’. You guys will get a kick out of it.

Have an awesome weekend!

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    I really loved what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
    Too cool!

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